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    During the World War II and the Cold War, there was a need in military usage to helped influence the digital computer influence. What the military need were to have faster calculation, deciphering enemies code, and protection at home base; these were the goals needed to help win the war. With these goals in mind, the military and the geniuses would able to created the ENIAC for inputting faster calculation of the target’s range, the Colossus Mark for breaking the German’s code and ending the world quicker, and the S.A.G.E. a computer-controlled air defense of the U.S., protecting the people from the Soviet Union’s air strike. Among each ideal goal, whether it was offense or defense, each goal had replicated itself into the digital computer. ENIAC is known the Electronic Numeric Integrator and Computer or Project PX, which was created by John W. Mauchly as chief consultant and John Presper Eckrt as chief engineer. The idea was to create a compute for calculating artillery ballistic table with the setting used for different weapons under varies conditions for target accuracy. However before having the idea of creating ENIAC, there was already a Ballistic Research…

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    Technological During World War II: Was the Enigma Machine the Start of the Computer Age? It is true that the loss of life sorely exceeds the individual developments and inventions in technology; but as a whole, technology exceeded most expectations that occurred during the infancy of these advancements. Most of the technology created was meant to hurt one population or another, but it has impacted all of our lives in a positive way since. Possibly the worst time in the history of the world, we…

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    The story of Galio, the colossus sentinel started a long time ago. Back before Demacia existed, lone bands of refugees wandered across the lands, searching for a home and protection against the dark mages. Finally, they came upon an ancient forest, where the wood of the trees was instilled with anti magic capabilities. And the refugees all agreed this would be their new home. So they started a city, and they called it Demacia. They used the trees and combined them with ash and lime to…

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    The Statue of Liberty You may not know that the Statue of Liberty was actaully not an original idea of the Americans. Actually, it was shipped from France and sent to the U.S. to be built. “It commemorates the friendship between the two countries during the American Revolution” (Stokely). And since the American Revolution, it has greeted the immigrants coming to the New York Harbor, guarenting freedom and opportunity to them. The Statue of Liberty is a 151 foot-tall building, that indicates…

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    “The New Colossus” is a poem written by Emma Lazarus to help raise money for the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty. The poem was critically acclaimed and was put on the bottom of the Statue of Liberty. This poem is an important part of our U.S history and why we are such a diverse nation today. The theme of the poem talks about unity and uses symbolism to convey the theme. The theme of the poem is unity. This theme is relevant to the poem because the poem was created for the intention of…

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    In “Lazarus, Emma (1849-1887)” Emma Lazarus’s writes in her sonnet “the New Colossus”, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…” (Par. 1). Engraved within the Statue of Liberty, the icon of freedom, this sonnet defines the country of the United States. Even before its independence from Britain, the America was vastly recognized as the land of opportunity for those seeking a better life for themselves and their families. Emigrating by the thousands, many…

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    The Statue of Liberty. A once guiding beacon for many immigrants escaping conflict and brutal regimes. The chance to have a life of freedom and safety was waiting on the vast streets filled with skyscrapers and office workers. Safety was there, waiting patiently for the refugees who would get jobs and in turn help the economy. These times have long passed in the wake of the new era of xenophobia and fear that these poor refugees who are struggling to survive and support their families are here…

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    The New Colossus Essay

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    Have you ever seen The Statue of Liberty or read the poem “The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus? Have you wondered what the meaning of the poem means? Well continue reading, you’ll get a better understanding of what the poem means. Why some groups immigrated to America, like Irish, German, and Chinese. Learn about their experiences in America. Hear testimonials of real immigrants about their feeling when they first came to America and saw The Statue of Liberty. If the meaning behind the poem…

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    In “The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus, she writes, “’Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…’” (Lazarus 9). The “huddled masses” are drawn to America because of the optimism that they have that life will be better than in their homelands. The Statue of Liberty itself, the main focus of the poem, symbolizes hope as well. In addition, the same theme is shown in a speech by Franklin Delano Roosevelt commemorating the Statue of Liberty’s gifting to the U.S. He…

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    The Statue of Liberty. A once guiding beacon for many immigrants escaping conflict and brutal regimes. The chance to have a life of freedom and safety was waiting on the vast streets filled with skyscrapers and office workers. Safety was there, waiting patiently for the refugees who would get jobs and in turn help the economy. These times have long passed in the wake of the new era of xenophobia and fear that these poor refugees who are struggling to survive and support their families are here…

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